Wednesday, July 04, 2007

TEDP - MBS Supply Chain Management, Michael Smurfit School of Business

MBS Supply Chain Management

Do you want diversity, challenge and cutting edge theory and practice from a course? A course that combines strategic thinking, consulting, management, negotiation, leadership, and inter-organisational skills? Are you team-oriented with good analytical and communication skills? Then the Masters in Business Studies (MBS) in Supply Chain Management is the course for you.

The MBS in Supply Chain Management at UCD is one of the only Masters in Supply Chain Management courses in Ireland that you can do either full-time or part-time. The course will teach you not only the techniques and practices you need for managing strategy and operations within the firm it will also develop your thinking and management skills across the entire supply chain including supplier development and management, innovation generation, customer relationship management and systems thinking.

Supply Chain Management is one of the fastest growing business professions and is recognised as a differentiator for competitive advantage – competition is no longer company versus company, it is supply chain versus supply chain. This means thinking and working in a much more complex and varied environment where you must have the skills and abilities to manage suppliers and customers, as well as supplier’s suppliers and customer’s customers.

The MBS in Supply Chain Management gives you access to some of the world’s leading companies such as IBM, Microsoft, Hewlett Packard, Intel, and Bombardier. As part of the course you will be part of a team of students who will complete a supply chain consulting project in a large multinational company, providing real-life consulting experience that will enhance your hiring potential. Students of the MBS in Supply Chain Management have gone on to work in a variety of different industries including consulting, consumer goods, pharamaceuticals, retail, logistics, internet and technology-related companies, with companies such as IBM, Accenture, Johnson and Johnson, Mars, Aldi, Microsoft, Dell, Intel and Zara to name but a few.

Academic Structure

Core Courses:
Research Methods
Supply Chain Management
Supply Chain Operations
Global Logistics
Supply Chain Planning and Control
Management of Technology and Innovation

Elective Courses:
Students are encouraged to choose electives that suit their career aspirations and the courses most likely to fulfill their personal demands. Typical electives pursued by students include:
Business Planning & Project Management
Business Process Redesign
Information Economics
Managing the Negotiation Process
Management Competencies
Management of Entrepreneurial & Small Business Organisations
Organisational Consequences of Internationalisation
Planning and Decision Techniques
Project Management
Strategic Management and Planning Management


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TETC - Master of Business Studies, Michael Smurfit School of Business


The Master of Business Studies (MBS) is a Specialist Management Programme on a full-time basis over one year, or on a part-time basis over two years. Internationally regarded, the MBS Programmes provide the theories, practical skills and comparative perspectives for decision-making and impacts positively on your career.

Including structured coursework and independent research, the programme emphasises initiative.

The objectives of the MBS are to:
• Gain advanced understanding of central theoretical and conceptual frameworks in your specialisation.
• Develop ability to use frameworks for questioning and interpreting business practice.
• Acquire evaluation and in-depth research skills.
• Apply creative and innovative approaches to problem-solving.
• Gain insight into reality of international business.
• Improve interpersonal, communication and leadership skills.

Learning methodology
Beyond formal lectures, we use a number of learning techniques including individual/group work and presentations, case study analysis, classbased discussions, computer-based exercises and lectures from leading industry figures and visiting academics.

You must be motivated, self-directed and demonstrate initiative – particularly in research dissertation and during continuous assessment components.

Educational Approach
A variety of learning techniques are employed besides formal lectures. These include individual/group work and presentations, case study analysis, class-based discussions and computer-based exercises.

Visits and lectures from leading industry figures and visiting academics also play a major role.

As a student, you’ll need to be motivated, self-directed, and demonstrate initiative. This is particularly important in the undertaking of the research dissertation and in the extensive continuous assessment component of programmes.


MBS students specialise in one of eleven management functional areas:
Electronic Business
Human Resource Management
International Business
Management and Organisation Studies
Management Consultancy
Information Systems
Project Management
Strategic Management and Planning
Supply Chain Management

Mode of Study

Full-time MBS
· One year full-time attendance
· At least four modules each semester
· Each module requires three hours of class per week

Part-time MBS
· Two year part-time attendance
· At least two modules each semester
· Each module requires three hours of class per week
· Classes are scheduled throughout day and evening times, Monday to Friday so employer support is essential


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TINST - MSc in INternational Business,Michael Smurfit School of Business

The globalisation of competition is a major challenge facing business today. Managers worldwide are increasingly becoming subject to competition in the global marketplace. The MSc in International Business seeks to develop the student’s expertise in managing resources and functions in the context of business firms operating across national boundaries.

Goals of the MSc in International Business

• Acquire an update in the theory and practice of international business.
• Enhance learning and presentation skills by completing individual and group tasks.
• Gain and develop the skills needed to undertake research in an international setting.
• Evaluate the role of technology in international business with special focus on organisational/personal communication systems and styles.

Career Opportunities

The MSc IB Graduates programme is catered for participants who wish to gain employment principally with multinational enterprises (in Ireland and overseas), international financial services, leading consulting firms and government bodies and agencies.

Academic Structure

The MSc in International Business will target overseas as well as Irish students and their contribution is particularly important in enhancing the learning process. The programme design incorporates adult learning principles whereby students are encouraged to become selfdirected learners and take responsibility for their own learning. The programme content focuses on both theoretical developments and practice in the international business field. Programme activities are included to promote students’ critical analysis techniques and communication skills.

Semester One and Two

• International Business Management
• International Financial Management
• Global Competitive Strategies
• Global Logistics
• Supply Chain Management
• Competitive Advantage Through People
• 2 optional modules (1 Project Based)

During the third semester, all MSc Business students will participate in the Summer School offerings. These modules will focus on more generic international content and employ learning strategies which are designed to allow students display and deepen their specialist knowledge / competencies in a more applied way. Four modules are offered in the Summer School, one of which is project-based. This summer school offering is designed to attract visiting masters level students from some of our European exchange partners to participate in this part of the programme.

Summer School (May to August)

• Cross Cultural Management
• Doing Business in selected global region
• Organizational Consequences of Internationalisation
• Interdisciplinary Project

Optional Modules

Typical options pursued by students include:
• Financial Management
• Managing the Negotiation Process
• Business Planning & Project Management
• Management of Entrepreneurial and Small Business Organisations

MSc IB Students are encouraged (where possible) to select electives that best suit their learning aspirations and career plans.

Who Should Apply?

Applicants should have one of the following:
• A minimum second-class honours in a business degree
• An honours Higher Diploma in Business Studies
• A primary degree with a minimum of three years work experience

Applicants who are not native English speakers must have an English language qualification (TOEFL/IELTS)




TAOF - MSc in Accounting, UCD Michael Smurfit School of Business

The UCD Master of Accounting programme (M Acc) is the oldest and most prestigious Master of Accounting Programme in Ireland. Since its inception in excess of 1,800 people have graduated from the programme. Graduates occupy key positions in the accounting profession and commercial life in Ireland, the UK, the US and in other countries. The programme aims to prepare students for their professional careers, and to provide them with the necessary technical, communication and IT skills necessary to rapidly progress to senior management positions.


The M Acc is a specialist post-graduate degree in accounting which is particularly designed for those who wish to pursue a professional accounting qualification. The M Acc programme offers students a systematic and rigorous knowledge of accounting and related disciplines. The goal of the M Acc is to produce graduates of the highest calibre who will progress quickly through their professional training and who will then advance rapidly to senior management positions either within professional practice or elsewhere.

The Programme Provides:

• Functional and technical competencies in decision modelling, risk analysis, measurement, reporting and research.
• The personal and business competencies needed for a successful career in an increasingly complex business world, including professional demeanour, ethics, project management, communication, strategic thinking and sectoral analysis.
• An understanding of how to leverage information technology to enhance functional, personal and business competencies.


Particular strengths of the programme include:

- A long history of producing graduates who excel in their chosen profession
- Access to strong M Acc and UCD Smurfit School alumni network
- Opportunity to develop a strong peer-network with your classmates
- Accounting lecturers and researchers of international reputation
- Extensive use of IT in supporting the teaching environment of the programme
- Located in a dedicated graduate business school with specialist library and IT facilities
- Access to a variety of specialist database resources which support the preparation of your research thesis
- Graduates of the programme obtain exemption from all but the final admitting exam of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in Ireland


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TLL - MSc in Marketing, UCD Michael Smurfit School of Business

MSc in Marketing

MSc in MarketingThe MSc in Marketing provides students with a specifically designed programme focused on developing the requisite marketing knowledge and skills that will enable graduates to operate at the highest levels of management.

Aims of the MSc in Marketing

The central aim of the programme is to develop both the conceptual and practical skills needed by graduates to compete successfully in the marketplace.

Career Opportunities

Graduates from this programme can seek employment in a large number of areas ranging from Marketing and Brand Management to Management Consultancy and in a variety of industries including, amongst others, Consumer good companies, Financial Services, Pharmaceuticals, and Electronics. Recent graduates from the programme have gone to work for such companies as Sony, GSK, Coca- Cola, Microsoft, Diageo, Vodafone and Hewlett Packard to name but a few.

Academic Structure

Courses are taught by a combination of experienced academic staff and senior industry practitioners to provide students with the conceptual and managerial perspectives vital to a successful career in marketing. Twelve modules are completed during the course of the year.

Semester One and Two

• International Marketing
• Strategic Marketing
• Brand Management
• Consumer & Buyer Behaviour
• Marketing Communications
• Services Marketing
• 2 optional modules (1 Project Based)

During the third semester, all MSc Business students will participate in the Summer School offerings. These modules will focus on more generic international content and employ learning strategies which are designed to allow students display and deepen their specialist knowledge / competencies in a more applied way. Four modules are offered in the Summer School, one of which is project-based. This summer school offering is designed to attract visiting masters level students from some of our European exchange partners to participate in this part of the programme.

Summer School (May to August)

• Cross Cultural Management
• Doing Business in selected global region
• Organizational Consequences of Internationalisation
• Interdisciplinary Project Optional Modules Typical options pursued by students include:
• Marketing Research
• Business to Business Marketing
• Financial Management
• Fundamentals of E-Business

Who Should Apply?

Applicants should have one of the following:
• A minimum second-class honours in a business or marketing
• An honours Higher Diploma in Business Studies
• A primary degree with a minimum of three years work experience

Applicants who are not native English speakers must have an English language qualification (TOEFL/IELTS)



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TLD - MSc in eBusiness, UCD Michael Smurfit School of Business

The MSc in Electronic Business (EBusiness) is a programme which provides a wide-ranging treatment of the theory and practice of EBusiness, which in the last decade, has totally transformed the way business and management is conducted in both a national and an international context. The programme will expand students’ business and technical proficiencies necessary to design, implement, manage and advise on Electronic Business solutions in both private and public sectors.

Rationale for the MSc in EBusiness

Electronic Business is thriving and has become an integral part of everyday life for public and private organisations, both large and small, across the world.

Despite its popularity, the impact of Electronic Business - in economic, organisational and behavioural terms - is still not fully understood. Technologies are constantly evolving and much depends on the social, organisational and institutional environments in which the technologies are situated.

This extremely dynamic Electronic Business MSc Programme provides students with a unique opportunity to learn about and understand fundamental issues relating to Ebusiness management, economics, and the implications of conducting business in an increasingly networked global environment.

Career Opportunities

Graduates from the MSc in EBusiness will target positions in some of the world’s leading management consulting firms,
service providers, and in other commercial and public-sector organisations. They may also work in professional services or project management, as IT and business analysts: they may specialise in eMarketing, or conduct further eBusiness related
research as part of a PhD degree. Several eBusiness graduates have successfully established or - after completing the
programme, expanded - their own high-tech business.

Academic Structure of the Programme

The MSc in EBusiness is offered as a 1 year full-time programme, aiming to develop students’ understanding of, and capability to manage, organisations and IT-based business relationships in an Electronic Business environment.
An international Summer School is included in the programme to provide an opportunity for participants to apply specialist skills in a multicultural cross disciplinary

MSc Business modules

• Impact of emerging technologies on individuals, organisations, networks, and industries, in particular, how to derive business value from these technologies
• Structure of eBusiness systems, their development and integration into business strategies and operations
• Electronic Business management to leverage the various resources involved for maximum effectiveness

Semester One and Two

• Fundamentals of E-Business
• MIS: Social and Political Issues
• Information Requirements and Databases
• MIS Frameworks
• E-Business Infrastructure and Systems Developments
• Information Systems Outsourcing
• 2 Optional Modules, (1 Project Based)

During the third semester, all MSc Business students will participate in the Summer School offerings. These modules will focus on more generic international content and employ learning strategies which are designed to allow students display and deepen their specialist knowledge/competencies in a more applied way. Four modules are offered in the Summer School, one of which is project-based.
This summer school offering is designed to attract visiting masters level students from some of our European exchange partners to participate in this part of the programme.

Summer School (May to August)

• Cross Cultural Management
• Doing Business in selected global region
• Organizational Consequences of Internationalisation
• Interdisciplinary Project

Optional Modules

• Typical options pursued by eBusiness students include:
• Economics of Information Systems
• Managing Electronic Business: Strategy & Operations (project based)
• IT Project Management (project based)
• Business Process Redesign
• Software Applications Development
• Business Policy

Who Should Apply?

Applicants should have one of the following:

• A minimum second-class honours in a business, eBusiness, or computer science-related programme
• An honours Higher Diploma in Business Studies or technology
• A primary degree with a minimum of three years work experience in eBusiness

Applicants who are not native English speakers must have an English language qualification (TOEFL/IELTS)


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TBB - MBA at UCD Michael Smurfit School of Business

Why choose the full-time MBA programme at the UCD Michael Smurfit School of Business?

Do you want to take time out of your career, immerse yourself in learning and reach your goals faster? If so, the Smurfit School full-time one-year MBA is for you.

The full-time MBA fast-tracks or fast-switches career development – delivering a return on investment that ranks in the top ten of MBA Programmes worldwide. In one year you can achieve what may take your contemporaries two years or more, getting you to the marketplace faster and better prepared. Although the pace is intense, a full time MBA gives you the time and space to focus on your career goals.

Being a full-time programme facilitates candidates from outside of Ireland to join as it offers an alternative to the traditional part-time, two-year mode. As a result, the student body is internationally diverse, with 50% of the students coming from outside of Ireland and bringing with them different cultures, experiences and ideas.

The full-time mode gives many Irish people who have spent some years living abroad a chance to experience life in Ireland and to add their own unique blend of international and Irish perspectives. Full-time study offers students enhanced networking opportunities, bringing them into closer contact with their fellow students both socially and in the intimate study environment of small classes.

Triple Accredited by EQUIS, AACSB and AMBA , we are one of Europe’s leading business schools. You will benefit from a leading-edge programme, a world-class faculty and an innovative approach to teaching. In addition, as a student in the Smurfit School you will be based in Dublin at the heart of one of Europe’s most dynamic economies.



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Tuesday, July 03, 2007

TPNCH - Full Time MBA Program, Goizueta Business School

See what the first year of your Two-Year Full-Time MBA experience entails at Goizueta Business School.

Mid / Late August

Your experience begins with Welcome to Atlanta. International students from around the globe come to Atlanta and begin their preparations for business school in the U.S. All students come together for the start of Orientation, where you learn about all of the students that comprise your class. You are introduced to the difference between graduate school and your undergraduate experience. You learn our Core Values, and begin to test you leadership skills from the beginning with an overnight retreat and ropes course. After getting to know your classmates, you plunge into the academic rigor of business school with Fall LEAD Week. You spend one whole week on a single company, learning about problem-solving and making effective presentations. At the end of the week, you might even present your recommendations to senior management from the focus company. And you haven’t even started classes yet.

September – Classes

Classes start the next week, and you learn about the pace and rigor of a graduate business program. Your project teams are beginning to gel, as the group work starts from the very beginning of classes. MBA Kegs begin on Thursday afternoons, and you begin to meet Second-Year MBAs as well as your First-year classmates. Club Night gives you the opportunity to learn about how you can get involved in leadership roles at Goizueta. You learn what the Spring LEAD Week options are for international travel and for the Atlanta-based leading edge topic seminars. G PLUS provides a great opportunity for all of the first-year MBAs to get together every week, and is the beginning of your year-long journey to improve your communication skills. And here you will learn what “Goizuetiquette” is and why it’s so important. Companies start coming to campus soon after classes start, to provide information to first-year students about internship opportunities. And you start to think about what kind of leadership role you want to play at Goizueta.

October & November – Classes and Internship Search

Both are in full swing, as well as activities with clubs, leadership roles, social events, and getting to know the Second-year MBAs. October begins with a big Networking Reception, to build your job contact network. Companies continue to come to campus for information sessions and interviews. Fall Reading Days give you focused time without scheduled classes to focus on mid-term exam preparation. There are optional career conferences held by National Black MBA, National Society of Hispanic MBAs, and our own conference Inside Goizueta. Many First-Year MBAs will travel to New York or other cities to visit corporations in their headquarters. Trips focus on Wall Street internships, Marketing careers, and Charlotte banking opportunities. Consulting students practice case interviews in addition to their classes. Committee of 50 is helping to recruit the next class of Two-Year MBAs by hosting visiting students. Before you know it, Thanksgiving Break is here, marking the last few weeks of the fall semester.

December – Finishing the Semester

These few weeks are full of presentations, final projects, papers and exams. After exams, you head home for a few weeks rest, more internship search efforts and to get ready for International LEAD Week trips.

January – A World of Experiences

Around the New Year, our International LEAD Week trips depart. For 2-3 weeks, some of you will immerse yourself in a new culture, and learn global business from an insider’s perspective. Some students will choose to attend Washington Campus – a week-long session in Washington DC that focuses on how business and government work together. Still other students will be in Atlanta for their LEAD Week on leading-edge topics. The I-Banking and Consulting students spend most of January on internship interviews, and many of these companies extend offers before February arrives. Classes start at the end of the month, where you begin your spring core courses, and take electives that help prepare you for your summer internship.

February – Classes and Internship Search

You continue on in your efforts to prepare yourself for internship by getting the most you can from your classes. Internship search efforts continue at a heavy pace, and some offers begin to arrive. You decide on which leadership positions you will want to run for, and begin the campaign process.

March – Leadership and Looking Ahead

The Leadership March is finally here…and every club is having an election. You find your opportunity to lead – and accept the challenge. Spring Break is either a week of focused internship-search or a short rest. Right after you return, we welcome the next group of prospective Full-Time MBAs at Welcome Weekend. All students pitch in and help bring the next "best class ever" to Goizueta. And you begin your application for the Goizueta Advanced Leadership Academy.

April – Making Plans

You will finish your courses, and start making plans for your summer with your internship company. Goizueta Gives is a wonderful opportunity to show Goizueta’s heart and soul through our annual effort to raise money for charities. Coffeehouse, end of year parties, and events like the International Business Association Potluck are opportunities to celebrate your hard work and all of the friends you have made along the way.

May – The Internship

Exams are finished in the first week, and shortly after everyone scatters to their respective cities to begin their internship experiences. Finally, you have the opportunity to try out that career you have been working toward all year. And you know you will impress them with your strong analytical skills, your confident presentation style, and your leadership abilities.







TPCH - Advanced Degree Programs

Master's Degree Programs

Stanford Law School offers the following graduate degree programs.

The Master of Laws (LLM) Program

With a specialization either in Corporate Governance & Practice or Law, Science & Technology, the LLM program offers a course-based curriculum of advanced study. The LLM program enrolls approximately 30 students per year (15 in each specialization). It is limited to students with a primary law degree earned outside the United States.

The Stanford Program in International Legal Studies (SPILS)

Leading to the completion of the Master of the Science of Law (JSM) degree, SPILS emphasizes interdisciplinary research on issues that are often related to public policy and legal reform in the fellow's home country or internationally. SPILS is oriented toward foreign candidates committed to pursuing careers in teaching, research, the judiciary, public policy, or service in government or nongovernmental organizations. SPILS enrolls approximately 12 fellows per year. Students who are interested in pursuing a teaching or research career in the fields of Corporate Governance & Practice or Law, Science & Technology should apply to SPILS. The LLM program and SPILS make separate admissions decisions, so these students may also want to apply to the LLM program in the field of their specialization.

Doctor of the Science of Law (JSD)

The Law School also offers the Doctor of the Science of Law (JSD) degree. JSD candidates are selected from among the applicants who have successfully completed the SPILS program. Students who are interested in the JSD program should apply directly to SPILS. However, completion of SPILS does not guarantee admission to the JSD program.

The Master of Legal Studies (MLS)

The Master of Legal Studies (MLS) is a nonprofessional degree designed for advanced graduate students from the United States or abroad who have no prior legal training and whose interdisciplinary research requires knowledge of the foundations of the legal system. Only a few such students, if any, are admitted in a given year. Questions concerning the MLS should be directed to








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TBA - Joint Degree Programs, Stanford Law School

Stanford Law School offers a variety of joint degree options in combination with other Stanford graduate departments and Universities across the country which include

  • JD/MBA program with the Stanford Graduate School of Business
  • JD/PhD program with the Stanford Economics Department
  • JD/MS program with the Stanford University Interdisciplinary Graduate Program in Environment and Resources
  • JD/PhD program with the Stanford University Department of Sociology
  • JD/MPA with the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs at Princeton University
  • JD/MA with the Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced International Studies at Johns Hopkins University

Application to both the Stanford Law School and the Graduate School of Business, Economics Department, Interdisciplinary Graduate Program in Environment and Resources, Department of Sociology, Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs, or Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced International Studies is required for admission to the joint degree programs. In addition, the school will consider requests for joint programs on an individually designed basis.


Admission to the JD/PhD Program in Law and Sociology requires separate application to and admission by both the law school and the PhD program of the department of sociology. Students should indicate interest in the joint degree on both applications. Once admitted to both programs, students are qualified for the joint JD/PhD program.

Stanford believes that a student body that is both highly qualified and diverse in terms of culture, class, race, ethnicity, background, work and life experiences, skills, and interests is essential to the educational enterprise, and particularly to legal education. Because of its strong belief in the value of diversity, the school especially encourages applications from African Americans, Mexican Americans, Native Americans, and Puerto Ricans, as well as from women and from others whose backgrounds and experience provide additional dimensions that will enhance the school's program.


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TBie - Stanford Law School

The Program

A curriculum that begins with the fundamentals but is then rich in interdisciplinary learning opportunities, clinics that teach law students how to be lawyers who make a difference, and programs and centers that catalyze scholarship, research, and dialogue on important issues — these are the forums through which Stanford Law shapes the future.


Stanford Law School's course offerings provide a solid foundation in legal theory while also making it possible to cultivate expertise in any legal specialty our students might choose — from economics and business, to science and technology, to international law and public service. Students can pursue an established joint degree, customize a degree, or explore law's intersection with other disciplines through team-taught courses and academic concentrations.

Clinical Education

Stanford Law School pioneered clinical education in the 1970s. Today, we continue that tradition of innovation through nine legal clinics that, under the guidance of faculty mentors, test and sharpen students' lawyering skills, expand their perspectives, and cultivate the values that make for effective, ethical attorneys.

Scholarship & Research

Through their scholarship and research, Stanford Law faculty explore traditional and emerging legal frontiers. Much of their work takes place academic programs and centers that engage students in faculty research and attract thought, industry, and policy leaders from around the world.





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Sunday, July 01, 2007

TFFK - Rotterdam School of Management

The Rotterdam School of Management Erasmus University (or RSM Erasmus University) is an international business school located in Rotterdam, the Netherlands. The business school of the renowned Erasmus University Rotterdam, RSM offers a wide array of undergraduate and postgraduate programmes taught mostly in English including a top-ranked MBA programme, senior management seminars, and a PhD programme. RSM utilises its location in the commercial heart of Europe and its core Dutch values of openness, tolerance and flexibility, as a platform for its primary focus – the development of leaders in global business.

RSM has achieved Triple Crown Accreditation from AMBA, EQUIS and AACSB, and is part of the respected consortium of Europe's leading school's and corporate partners - Community of European Management Schools (CEMS). RSM is also a member of the Partnership in International Management (PIM) network. In addition to being consistently awarded high-ranking positions, the Erasmus Research Institute of Management (ERIM) is recognised amongst the top 5 institutes in Europe; RSM is also consistently placed as the number one business school in the Netherlands. Content across all RSM’s programmes reflects an emphasis on the core themes of diversity, entrepreneurship, sustainability and corporate social responsibility. The school is also highly international - in some programmes, non-Dutch students represent 96% of the total number[citation needed]).



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TPTT - History of Yale Law School

History of YLS

Origins of Yale Law School
The origins of Yale Law School trace to the earliest days of the 19th Century when law was learned by clerking as an apprentice in a lawyer’s office. The first law schools, including the one that became Yale, developed out of this apprenticeship system and grew up inside law offices.

The future Yale Law School formed in the office of a New Haven, Connecticut, practitioner, Seth Staples. Staples owned an exceptional library (an attraction for students at a time when law books were scarce), and he began training apprentices in the early 1800s.

By the 1810s his law office had a full-fledged law school. Samuel Hitchcock, one of Staples’ former students, became a partner at the office and later, the proprietor of the New Haven Law School.

Affiliation with Yale College
The New Haven Law School affiliated gradually with Yale from the mid-1820s to the mid-1840s. Law Students began receiving Yale degrees in 1843. David Daggett, a former U.S. senator from Connecticut, joined Hitchcock as co-proprietor of the school in 1824. In 1826 Yale named Daggett to be professor of law in Yale College, where he lectured to undergraduates on public law and government.

Yale Law School remained fragile for decades. At the death of Samuel Hitchcock in 1845 and again upon the death of his successor, Henry Dutton, in 1869, the University came near to closing the School.

Mission of the School

In the last decades of the 19th Century, Yale began to take the mission of university legal education seriously, and to articulate for Yale Law School two traits that would come to be hallmarks of the School.

First, Yale Law School would be small and humane; it would resist the pressures that were emerging in university law schools elsewhere toward large enrollments and impersonal faculty-student relations. Second, Yale Law School would be interdisciplinary in its approach to teaching the law.

Initially, the Law School achieved its links to other fields of knowledge by selecting members of other departments of the University to teach in the Law School. Across the 20th century, Yale pioneered the appointment to the law faculty of professors ranging from economics to psychiatry. This led Yale Law School away from the preoccupation with private law that then typified American legal education, and toward serious engagement with public and international law.

Revival of the School
The revival of Yale Law School after 1869 was led by its first full-time dean, Francis Wayland, who helped the School establish its philanthropic base. It was during this time that the modern law library was organized. It was also during this period that The Yale Law Journal was started and Yale’s pioneering efforts in graduate programs in law began; the degree of Master of Laws was offered for the first time in 1876.

After 1900, Yale Law School acquired its character as a dynamic center of legal scholarship. In the 1930s Yale Law School spawned the movement known as legal realism, which has reshaped the way American lawyers understand the function of legal rules and the work of courts and judges.

The realists directed attention to factors not captured in the rules, ranging from the attitudes of judges and jurors to the nuances of the facts of particular cases. Under the influence of realism, American legal doctrine has become less conceptual and more empirical. Under Dean Charles Clark (1929 -1939), the School built a faculty that included such legendary figures as Thurman Arnold, Edwin Borchard, future U.S. Supreme Court Justice William O. Douglas, Jerome Frank, Underhill Moore, Walton Hamilton, and Wesley Sturges. Clark was the moving figure during these years in crafting the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, the foundation of modern American procedure.

Emphasis on public law
Yale Law School’s tradition of emphasizing public as well as private law proved ever more prescient as events of the 20th century increased the role of public affairs in the life of the law. Yale graduates found themselves uniquely well prepared to play important roles in the rise of the administrative state, the internationalization following the World Wars, and the domestic civil rights movement.

In the 1950s and 1960s, the School became renowned as a center of constitutional law, taxation, commercial law, international law, antitrust, and law and economics. In recent decades the pace of curricular innovation has, if anything, quickened, as the School has developed new strengths in such fields as comparative constitutional law, corporate finance, environmental law, gender studies, international human rights, and legal history, as well as an array of clinical programs taught by a clinical faculty of exceptional breadth and devotion.



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TFM - Yale Law School

The Study of Law at Yale Law School
Although there are no specific areas of concentration at Yale Law School, here are some areas currently of interest to students looking at the Law School’s programs and courses.

Administrative Law
Constitutional Law
Corporate Law
Human Rights Law
Information Technology Law
International Law
Public Interest Law
Law Teaching

Administrative Law & Public Policy
The Law School is at the heart of a movement to expand the once- narrow field of law and economics to embrace a broader intellectual enterprise that applies the methods of economic analysis to almost all areas of law. Much of the Law School's activity in this area is carried on by the John M. Olin Center for the Study of Law, Economics and Public Policy. More on Administrative Law and Public Policy....

Constitutional Law
The Law School is renowned as a center for scholarship in constitutional law, and prominent scholars are well represented on the School’s faculty. Student organizations, like chapters of the American Constitution Society and the Federalist Society, often provide spirited debate during public events held at the Law School. More on Constitutional Law….

Corporate Law
The Yale Law School Center for the Study of Corporate Law helps to enhance the intellectual life of the Law School in the business law area. The center's focus of study includes corporate law and the law of other nongovernmental organizations, the regulation of financial markets, and the legal framework of finance. The Law School offers a strong business law curriculum, joint degree and doctoral degree programs with the Graduate School and the Yale School of Management, and a host of lectures and conferences on the important corporate law issues of the day.

Human Rights Law
Since 1989, the Orville H. Schell, Jr. Center for International Human Rights has been the centerpiece of the Law School’s human rights efforts. Activities at the School include the Allard K. Lowenstein Human Rights Law Clinic, numerous conferences and special events, fellowships for students and graduates, support for the Yale Human Rights and Development Law Journal, as well as other student projects related to human rights.

Information Technology Law
Students interested in studying the implications of the Internet, telecommunications, and the new information technologies on law and society gravitate to the Information Society Project (ISP) at Yale Law School. The project embraces a variety of activities, including fellowships for young scholars and advice and education for policy makers, business leaders, nonprofit organizations, and the legal community. It also runs a Weblog, Lawmeme, which offers commentary on developing technology issues.

International Law
Opportunities to study international law abound, with Yale Law School Dean Harold Hongju Koh continuing to strengthen the School’s commitment to the globalization of the curriculum. The School’s active and growing China Law Center, its programs in the Middle East and Latin America, and its annual Global Constitutionalism Seminar are just a few of the international educational opportunities that supplement the School’s curricular offerings and lecture programs. More on International Law….

Public Interest Law
Yale Law School has a strong tradition of service in the public interest. Approximately 80% students take part in a clinic during their time at the Law School, and unlike other law schools, students can engage in clinic activities after the first term. In addition to the clinical opportunities, programs like the Arthur Liman Public Interest Program support the work of Yale Law students and graduates conducting research and offer fellowships in public interest law. More on Public Interest Law….

Law Teaching
Yale Law School is the country’s leading institution for producing legal academics. Our Law Teaching Program provides JD students, graduate students and post-graduate fellows with training and information about careers in academia. More on Law Teaching....


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TPCK - MBA Program Rankings

The MBA degree has become one of the most popular masters' degrees. As more universities started offering the degree, differences in the quality of schools, faculty, and course offerings became evident. Naturally, establishing some criteria of quality is needed to differentiate among MBA programs, especially for prospective students trying to decide on where to apply. As MBA programs proliferated, a variety of publications began providing information on them. Some of these consisted of compilations of information gathered from the universities offering the degree, usually published in book form. Eventually periodicals began publishing articles describing various MBA schools and ranking them according to some perceived quality criteria. One of the most prominent of these is Business Week, which devotes a biennial issue to ranking MBA programs. Financial Times, The Economist, Forbes magazine, The Wall Street Journal, and U.S. News & World Report also publish MBA program rankings. See the External links section below to view some of these rankings.

Different methods of varying validity were used to arrive at rankings of MBA programs. The Gourman Report, for example, did not disclose criteria or ranking methods,[10] and these reports were criticized for reporting statistically impossible data, such as no ties among schools, narrow gaps in scores with no variation in gap widths, and ranks of nonexistent departments.[11] In 1977 The Carter Report published rankings of MBA programs based on the number of academic articles published by faculty. Periodicals based their rankings on interviews with company recruiters who hired MBA graduates, surveys of MBA schools' deans, polls of students or faculty, and a variety of other means. The defunct MBA Magazine asked deans to vote on the best programs. The methods of obtaining ranks often changed from year to year. Initially, rankings included only a small number of universities consisting of the largest and best known Ivy League and state schools.

The ranking of MBA programs has been discussed in articles and on academic Web sites.[12] Critics of ranking methodologies maintain that any published rankings should be viewed with caution for the following reasons:[13]

  • Rankings limit the population size to a small number of MBA programs and ignore the majority of schools, many with excellent offerings.
  • The ranking methods may be subject to biases and statistically flawed methodologies (especially for methods relying on subjective interviews of hiring managers).
  • The same list of well-known schools appears in each ranking with some variation in ranks, so a school ranked as number 1 in one list may be number 3 in another list.
  • Rankings tend to concentrate on the school itself, but some schools offer MBA programs of different qualities (e.g. a school may use highly reputable faculty to teach a daytime program, and use adjunct faculty in its evening program).
  • A high rank in a national publication tends to become a self-fulfilling prophecy.

One study found that objectively ranking MBA programs by a combination of graduates' starting salaries and average student GMAT score can reasonably duplicate the top 20 list of the national publications.[13] The study concluded that a truly objective ranking would be individualized to the needs of each prospective student.[14] National publications have recognized the value of rankings against different criteria, and now offer lists ranked different ways: by salary, GMAT score of students, selectivity, and so forth. While useful, these rankings still are not tailored to individual needs, and their value is diminished if they use an incomplete population of schools, fail to distinguish between the different MBA program types offered by each school, or rely on subjective interviews


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T-Update 2 - Finance MBA at Fairleigh Dickinson University

Finance MBA

Department of Economics, Finance and International Business

Financial concerns are a part of nearly every organizational decision, whether the organization is a business firm, non-profit organization or government agency. For that reason, financial executives are of central importance to overall planning and control. Even non-financial executives must know enough finance to effectively oversee financial concerns within their areas of expertise.

The MBA in finance at Fairleigh Dickinson University provides students with the concepts and tools for participating in the financial decision-making process for a variety of businesses and organizations that require special understanding of financial analysis, financial management and financial systems. Students are prepared to evaluate and recommend financial strategies available to them in oral and written form.

Students pursue a broad range of studies to enable them to develop personally and in their profession. The program provides the flexibility for students to choose the several sub-areas within finance where they can specialize for their potential career needs.

The MBA in Finance program is offered through Silberman College of Business on both Fairleigh Dickinson University's College at Florham (Madison, NJ) and Metropolitan Campus (Teaneck, NJ). Silberman College of Business holds prestigious accreditation by AACSB International -- the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business - which recognizes the quality of its faculty, academic programs and resources. Less than a quarter of all U.S. business schools hold this recognition, adding value to your graduate business degree from Fairleigh Dickinson University.

Contact Dr. Djimopoulos, department chair, at (201) 692-7296 or e-mail for further information.

Career Opportunities in Finance

Whether student interests lie in the area of securities, banking, or insurance industries or that of a financial professional, the job opportunities in the field of finance have never been more promising.

Graduates of the finance program receive an educational foundation for a variety of positions, including treasurer, controller, stock broker, commodities trader, financial planner, cash manager, pension fund manager, insurance adjuster and other positions in investment and banking. Opportunities also exist for advancement to middle and senior management positions in the public, private and government sectors. Other jobs for finance majors include: credit manager, sales, trust administer, financial planning and management, real estate, corporate financial management, risk management and insurance, marketing and securities.

Special Features

Students are encouraged to work with the faculty on research projects. Varied coursework, state-of-the-art computer labs, well-equipped lecture rooms provide finance students with a solid preparation for entry into the world of finance and for career advancement.

In addition, the proximity to New York City -- the financial capital of the world -- offers the opportunity for on-site visits to institutions such as the World Bank, the U.S. Treasury, the New York Stock Exchange, the NASDAQ, the American Stock Exchange, the United Nations, and Wall Street. Guest speakers from Jefferies Securities, New York Stock Exchange, United Nations, and Music Boulevard have in turn visited the University.

Silberman College of Business offers students state-of-the-art computer resources and modern, well-equipped lecture rooms.


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